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Virbac announce new webinar on the role of trace minerals in cattle health and performance

In conjunction with The Webinar Vet, Virbac is pleased to announce a new, free to view, webinar on the role of trace minerals in cattle health and performance. The webinar also includes information on a new veterinary approach to boost trace mineral availability.

Topics will include oxidative stress, its impact on cattle performance and the role of trace minerals in immunity and cattle health. The webinar will also cover the current complexities of oral supplementation including absorption and mineral antagonism, along with offering up to date information on the latest innovation to boost trace mineral availability during high demand periods in the production and breeding life cycle.

Delivered livestream by James Husband, an RCVS specialist in cattle health and production, at 8pm on Wednesday 20 November, the webinar will also be available to view for a further 6 months.

To register for the free webinar, simply enter the link into your browser and provide an email address.

All vets who view the webinar, either live or as a recording on the website, can download a certificate to prove their attendance for CPD.

More information on products in the Virbac range is available from Virbac Limited, Woolpit Business Park, Windmill Avenue, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP30 9UP; Tel: 01359 243243. Email:

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